Hundreds of LGBT people from all over the world gathered at the Tropicana to claim their own space on the Strip for New Year’s Eve 2016.
There are times when the music from outside events is so loud that the windows at Temple Baptist Church in downtown Las Vegas shake, the Rev. Steve Smith says.
Las Vegas has broken its own visitation growth record, surpassing 42 million tourists with New Year’s Eve totals still uncounted.
How do you top one of last year’s most successful New Year’s Eve bashes devoted exclusively to a gay clientele? By making it bigger this year.
Flash back to January 2015. Imagine someone saying that that North Las Vegas would land a major car-manufacturing plant. And that the Las Vegas Review-Journal would be sold — not once, but twice.
In the days following his death, Jerry Tarkanian was remembered for his personality, his profound influence on Las Vegas, his incredible impact on UNLV, his unique character, his off-court troubles with the NCAA, his love of pasta and ponies.
From the Moapa Zoo to O.J. Simpson to the Bunkhouse Saloon, here’s a look back at some of the people and places we wrote about this year.
Independent auditors concluded Tesla Motors Inc. met all conditions for tax abatements and credits during the eight months after lawmakers approved the perks in a special 2014 legislative session.
Who is Edward Clarkin? That question has gained national and international media attention in the five days since the Las Vegas Review-Journal first introduced the mystery author of a long article blasting Clark County District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez’s business court rulings.
The top editor of the Review-Journal, Mike Hengel, announced he has accepted a buyout Tuesday evening, less than two weeks after the newspaper’s sale to the family of casino magnate Sheldon Adelson.